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Old 02-16-2007, 10:08 AM   #15
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We usually see the Dafodills first, must be the altitude? This could be the start of a great thread for spring flowers...thanks again..
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Yep, I noticed the nubby heads of my daffys poking through on the south side of my garage...hope it's not too soon ~

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Old 02-16-2007, 02:40 PM   #16
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Here's our early Spring bloom in Sacramento: camelia
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Old 02-16-2007, 02:53 PM   #17
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Paula, that's gorgeous! Our camelias are just barely peeking out now, but nothing like yours.

I just went for a walk and saw a bunch of crocus blooms on a porch roof. I'll try to remember my camera when I walk by there next week. I could only stand in the middle of the street and stare. I love Spring!
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Old 02-16-2007, 03:32 PM   #18
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Hi Mel, the camelias do do well here for a short time between Jan- to about March..I've been into photography and am 'focusing' on floral, landscapes and pets..flowers tend to 'stay still' better sometimes!
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Here's our early Spring bloom in Sacramento: camelia
Oh, beautiful! I have a camelia in my yard. I had to transplant it last fall, so I'm curious to see if I will get any flowers this year.
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Old 02-16-2007, 06:26 PM   #20
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Hi, this particular plant has been growing since we planted it in -'75, still living well, having gone through rains, frosts, winds here, pretty hardy..we have a pale pink one too..we've been to the Butchart's gardens in Victoria...sooo beautiful!!!
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Old 02-16-2007, 07:08 PM   #21
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Here's our early Spring bloom in Sacramento: camelia
What a perfect bloom! Our camelias started blooming during the warmer days in early January and were beautiful . . . for a bit. Now they are the shade of sliced apples left on the counter for a several hours, all brown and mushy.
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Hi Sugarfoot, yup, I've got a pink one sitting on the window sill seeing its last couple of days in the sunlight!!!..too bad their not long-lasting, huh??.
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Codybear beautiful Camelia

It's a touch of Spring. We have snow,blowing winds and more snow forecast.
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Wonderful snowy scene, Aria!
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It is beautiful to STAY IN and view. Finally learned how to resize photos.
There are different views from every window. This is a view of Our Duck Barn and Yard...
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Very Beautiful pictures. I', anxious for spring to get here!

Unfortunatly it's snowing here in Chicago.
And there's no end to the snow in sight.
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Yep, I noticed the nubby heads of my daffys poking through on the south side of my garage...hope it's not too soon ~

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Still nothing even daring to poke out around here, even on the south side.
But the flowers do love the south side of my shop. This Bearded Iris seemed very happy last summer.
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Mike, beautiful!!!!

Here's what's growing here in at our home in Sacramento
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